(BOT) Project - Sabiha Gokcen International Airport

Report
Airport Show, 2013
6-8 May 2013
Dubai International Convention and
Exhibition Center
Table of Contents
 Overview
 Infrastructure Developments
 Potential Future of ISG
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Overview
Current shareholders as renowned infrastructure operators
40%
One of the top-tier and
most prestigious Turkish
conglomerates with
various construction and
infrastructure projects in
Turkey and abroad.
40%
One of the fastest growing
infrastructure enterprises
from India with interests in
Airports, Energy, Highways
and Urban Infrastructure
sectors.
20%
Has vast experience in
airport operations and
has a long track record of
driving efficiency gains
around the world.
All the shareholders have significant reputational considerations to make SAW a
success and will provide support as necessary.
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3
Overview
Terminal – 25 million passenger capacity
 Customer oriented service
Superior on time performance
Shorter taxi in/out and ground times
International and Domestic terminals under same roof
Short walking distance for all passengers, easy transit process
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Overview
Terminal – Check-in
 112 check-in desks
30 self check-in kiosks
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Overview
Terminal – Airside
 Multi aircraft parking system, allowing simultaneous service to;
•8 wide body aircrafts (IATA code E) or
•16 narrow body aircrafts (IATA code C)
40 remote position park place (total:56 parking lots)
10 additional parking positions are under construction
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Overview
Terminal – Inside Facilities
Duty Free:
 5,050 sqm duty free area
Food & Beverage:
 6,500 sqm well known
domestic and international
cafe & restaurants
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Overview
Terminal – Lounges
CIP Lounges:
 open to all passengers
 1 in domestic & 1 in international
airside
Other Lounges:
 2 bank lounges in domestic airside
 1 bank lounge in international airside
 available free lounge area of 1,500 sqm
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Overview
Terminal – Outside Facilities
Carpark:
 4 storey
 capacity of 4,718 vehicles and 72
buses
 Valet parking
 Easy access from/to terminal building
General Aviation Terminal:
 separate terminal
 exclusive service
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Overview
Terminal – Airport Hotel
 128 rooms
 Direct entrance from Terminal building
 Landside and airside entrance
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Overview
Highly attractive hinterland
 Positioned at the Asian-side of Istanbul, amongst four most developed industrial
cities with the highest GDP /capita
Catchment area of 19 million population
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Overview
Strategic location
 14 million population living in İstanbul, with 5 million in Asian side, further 5
million in the surrounding cities of Bursa, İzmit and Sakarya
 41.2% of 306.235 companies in Istanbul are located in Asian side
 There are 17.491 International companies in the catchment area
 International companies are moving their headquarters to Asian side, closer to
industrial centers…
 A new finance center of Turkey is developing in Ataşehir, 15 minutes from SAW
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ISG caters to a much wider catchment area than just the
Asian side of Istanbul
Overview
Residences / Offices of Current Travellers
Residence
Office
%
%
İstanbul - Other
Anatolian Side
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İstanbul European Side
30
İstanbul - İSG
Primary
Catchment Area
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Outside
İstanbul
Abroad
12
5
İstanbul - Other
Anatolian Side
34
İstanbul European Side
31
İstanbul - İSG
Primary
Catchment Area
17
Outside
İstanbul
Abroad
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5
Primary Catchment Area: Kartal, Maltepe, Pendik, Sultanbeyli.
Secondary Catchment Area: Ataşehir, Beykoz, Kadıköy, Ümraniye, Üsküdar.
While 53% of the ISG passengers live on the Asian side of Istanbul, 30% live on the
European side and theremaining in other Turkish cities or abroad.
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Overview
ISG – has recorded significant growth
Passenger ('000s pax)
14,873
16,000
13,689
New Terminal started in
November 2009.
14,000
12,000
11,598
10,000
6,640
8,000
6,000
2,842
4,000
2,000
234
0
2004
997
549
448
2005
2,095
747
2006
3,721
9,752
7,665
4,359
4,548
2,529
2,790
1,192
1,569
2,092
2007
2008
2009
International
9,117
Domestic
3,933
4,572
5,121
2010
2011
2012
Total
ISG registered a CAGR of 68% between 2004 and 2012 making it one of the fastest
growing airports in the world
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Overview
('000 pax)
SAW
International
Domestic
Ataturk
International
Domestic
Istanbul
International
Domestic
SAW Market Share
International
Domestic
Istanbul & ISG air traffic characteristics - passenger
2004
234
224
10
15,601
10,170
5,431
15,835
10,394
5,441
1.5%
2.2%
0.2%
2005
997
448
549
19,293
11,781
7,512
20,290
12,229
8,061
4.9%
3.7%
6.8%
2006
2,842
747
2,095
21,266
12,174
9,092
24,108
12,921
11,187
11.8%
5.8%
18.7%
2007
3,721
1,192
2,529
23,196
13,600
9,596
26,917
14,792
12,125
13.8%
8.1%
20.9%
2008
4,359
1,569
2,790
28,553
17,069
11,484
32,912
18,638
14,274
13.2%
8.4%
19.5%
2009
6,640
2,092
4,548
29,813
18,396
11,417
36,453
20,488
15,965
18.2%
10.2%
28.5%
2010
11,598
3,933
7,665
32,144
20,343
11,801
43,742
24,276
19,466
26.5%
16.2%
39.4%
2011
13,689
4,572
9,117
37,395
23,973
13,422
51,084
28,545
22,539
26.8%
16.0%
40.4%
2012
14,873
5,121
9,752
44,999
29,717
15,281
59,871
34,838
25,034
24.8%
14.7%
39.0%
CAGR
68%
48%
136%
14%
14%
14%
18%
16%
21%
SAW Market Share in Istanbul
50.0%
40.0%
30.0%
20.0%
10.0%
0.0%
2004
2005
2006
Total
2007
2008
International
2009
2010
2011
2012
Domestic
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International routes to drive future growth
Overview
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
Routes Established
90
71
61
45
18
20
29
30
Domestic
33
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International
ISG has exhibited a strong growth in domestic network – all major domestic routes
are already served by ISG
 Going forward, International route network to drive the growth at ISG – more than 150
international routes are serviced by Ataturk currently
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Overview
Destinations
DOMESTIC DESTINATIONS
Adana – Alanya – Ankara – Antalya – Balıkesir/Körfez –
Batman – Bodrum – Çanakkale – Dalaman – Diyarbakır –
Elazığ – Erzincan – Erzurum – Gaziantep – Gökçeada – Hatay
– İzmir – Kars – Kayseri – Konya – Malatya – Mardin –
Samsun – Sivas – Şanlıurfa – Tokat – Trabzon - Van
2nd
Busiest
Domestic
Airport of
Turkey
INTERNATIONAL DESTINATIONS
Aktau – Alexandria- Almaty -Amman -Amsterdam –
Bahrain- Baku- Barcelona- Basel- Batumi- Beirut
Belgrade- Berlin-Schoenefeld -Berlin-Tegel- Bologna
Brussels- Bucharest- Cairo- Casablanca- Charleroi
Chimkent- Chisinau -Cologne -Copenhagen DamascusDonetsk –Dortmund- Dubai- Dusseldorf Eindhoven –
Frankfurt- Graz- Groznny -Hamburg Hannover- IsfahanIslamabad -Jeddah -Kharkov Khmelnitsky- KievKrasnodar -Kuwait City- Lefkosa-Ercan- London –
Stansted- London-Gatwick London-Luton –Lviv- Madrid –
Makhachkala- Manchester Marseille- Milan-Bergamo Mineralnye Vody Moscow –Munich- MykonosNakhchivan- Nalchik Nikolayev- Nuernberg- Omsk -ParisOrly- Pristina Riyadh –Rome- Sfax- Sharjah- ShirazSkopje- Sochi Sofia- St. Etienne (Lyon)- Stavropol Stockholm-Arlanda- Stuttgart –Tbilisi- Tebriz- Tehran -Tel
Aviv Tripoli -Urmieh -Venice –Vienna- Vladikavkaz- Zurich
Zweibrücken
3rd Busiest
Airport of
Turkey
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Overview High load factors while maintaining our huge growth
Domestic LF
78%
International LF
74%
78%
77%
75%
77%
71%
71%
70%
74%
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
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Overview
Socio-economic profile of ISG passengers keep improving
S.E.S(1) Profile Distribution in ISG (2009)
C2
%8
DE
%1
C2
%8
A
%22
B
%15
C1
%54
S.E.S(1) Profile Distribution in ISG (2012)
DE
%3
A
%27
C1
%36
B
%27
While A/B segment passengers made up 37% of the passengers three years ago,
they now make up 54% of the passengers
(1): Socio-Economic Status (SES) is is an economic and sociological combined measure of an individual's /family’s
economic and social position in relation to others, based on income, education, and occupation SES groups typically
have 6 categories (A-highest to E-lowest). A and B groups typically represent higher income and education groups
(e.g. White collar managers or employers with min 5 employees), C1/C2 represent mid-class workers up to high-school
education, whereas D/E groups are typically rural workers or low-skill labor with lower education
Note: Distribution of SES groups in Turkish population is as follows: A:4%, B:9%, C1:22%, C2:29%, D:28%, E:9%
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Overview
Achievements and awards
 Fastest growing airport in the world in 2009 & 2010 (54% & 75%
passenger growth)
 Repeatedly honoured with awards
•Super brands (2013)
• IFC top ten PPP project awards (2013)
• Best Terminal Award from Voyager Magazine Readers (2012)
• Routes Europe – Best Marketing Award (2012)
• Routes Europe – Excellence in Airport Marketing Award (2010 &
2011)
•Euro Annies (anna.aero) – Passenger Growth Award (2009 & 2010)
•World Low Cost Airlines Congress – Best Airport Award (2010)
•Turkey’s most successful Tourism Investment Award (2010)
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Overview
Among the safest &green places in the world
 The U.S “Risk Management” magazine, one of the most prestigious magazines
of US, defined Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen International Airport as one of the five
safest places in the world.
 ISG has been recognised in the Engineering category of Popular science
magazine’s 2010 Best of “What’s New"Awards .The largest earthquake-ready
structure in the world Sabiha Gokcen has been honoured second place after Burj
Khalifa.
 ISG has been titled as Turkey’s first Barrier-Free Airport.
 ISG has earned “Green Company” title within the context of “Green Airport
Project” from the Civil Aviation Authority on May 2012.
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Infrastructure
Developments Connectivity - easy access by public transportation
 Metro
 Highway
 Seaway
 Railway
 Public buses
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Infrastructure
Developments Connectivity - travel distances from city center to airports
3rd Airport
55 km
21.3 km
Taksim
40.8 km
Ataturk Airport
ISG Airport
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Infrastructure
Developments
Connectivity – Marmaray & metro connections to ISG
Travel time from European side to ISG to be reduced to 40 mins from ~100 mins
currently thereby increasing passenger potential
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Infrastructure
Developments Connectivity - EURASIA
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Infrastructure
Developments
Connectivity - Istanbul rapid transit network
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Infrastructure
Developments
Connectivity – Izmit gulf bridge
 Bursa & Yalova
Ferry lines from various points, takes 1.5
hours in total from Bursa
 İzmit
HAVATAŞ and Akmis Shuttle Buses, 30
minutes
 İzmit Gulf Bridge
to connect two sides in 2015 – saves almost 1
hour by car (Currently about 2 hours)
Bursa recently
passed 3 million
inhabitants
The bridge, which is
finishing in 2 years time,
will shorten the road to
Bursa with the newly built
highway. (1 - 1.5 hour)
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Potential
Future of ISG
Airport City Project will Increase Demand
 Residences, Schools, Hospital and a technology base (Technopark)
 Technopark Istanbul is a research, development, science and technology
project to be carried out by the Undersecretariat of Defense Industries
 Going to be built just 1 km away from the airport
 The project will create an employement of 35,000 with more than 900 companies
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Iceland
Norway
New Zealand
Austria
Luxemborg
Austral
Singapo
United States
Canada
Switzerland
Finland
Ireland
Denmark
Greece
Spain
Sweden
United kingdom
Portugal
Latvia
Netherl
Italy
Germany
France
Belgium
Croatia
Czech R
Sloveni
Hungary
Turkey
Bulgaria
Lithuanha
Brazil
Romania
Potential
Future of ISG
Turkey & Istanbul have significant growth potential
Flights per capita
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12
10
8
6
4
2
0
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Potential
Future of ISG
Possible Destinations with Narrow Body Aircrafts
3000 NM
.
111 Countries
3.1 billion people
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Potential
Future of ISG
Possible Destinations with Wide Body Aircraft
VENCOUVER - CANADA
5205 NM
ANCHORAGE – ALASKA
4683 NM
TOKYO - JAPAN
4864 NM
HITO - HAWAI
7170 NM
SYDNEY - AUSTRALIA
8092 NM
SANTIAGO - CHILE
7086 NM
CAPE DOWN - SA
5200 NM
Range
8000-8200 NM
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Potential
Future of ISG
ISG near term traffic forecast passengers (2012 to 2016)
11,242,597
12,379,822
12,926,690
9,901,777
9,752,385
5,120,525
2012 A
8,305,084
9,873,496
10,715,720
11,931,259
2013
2014
2015
2016
International
Domestic
Traffic growth is expected to continue going forward as a result of increase in
national air passenger number, increase in fleet of Pegasus &THY and increase in
interest of foreign carriers in ISG.
The above forecast is based on total 20 based aircraft by 2016 by THY. According to
the latest public announcements by THY the number of based aircraft will be
significantly higher.
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Potential
Future of ISG
Airside capacity to go grow beyond 50 mpax with the second
runway by 2015
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Potential
Future of ISG
Sabiha Gökçen Airport potential future capacity
60 mln pax
60 mln pax capacity
capacity
2 Independent
parallel
runways
30 mln pax
capacity
ISG will reach to beyond 50 million capacity with the extensions to existing ‘33
million capacity terminal’ and will have an additional 30 million terminal capacity
with the satellite terminal construction in the midfield area with 151 parking stand.
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